My First 6 months with Fujifilm X-T1 – Portraits
In this series of posts where I look back on my 6 month journey with Fujifilm X-T1, let’s discuss portraits. My choice of gear for this is the 56mm F1.2 lens. This lens is small and light but the build quality is better than any Canon Red ring or Nikon Gold ring lens. The portraits at wide open F1.2 can be a little hit and a miss depending upon the lighting conditions and you distance from the subject. It does take some practice with the X-T1 to nail the focus. Initially I used the Multi-focus point option which may not lock-in focus at the exact point you want to be focusing and with the depth of field only being millimeters deep you either get the shot or not. However when I switched to individual focus point and selected my focus point of choice so I can aim at the closest eye I […]